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be forming. to get you on something that alslso we flex everyone in this region, taxes. we saw the b big masass of almot 100000-page tax land rolled outy the ways and means cmittee chairman. evererybody knows it inot going to pass, but it has som interesting ideas. take apart the tax plan.n. whatat is the good, the bad, and e ugly? >> the good thing isis a trieso streamline the code by eliminating a lot of elections and exemptions. consolidatinsome m more people can file be short form and not worry about keeping -- >> 95% would be able to. >> i am wary on e 95%.. we will ave it on that. not same time, does change the progressive nature. it is about as progrgressive as before. however, within groups of people, income groups, there wille winners and losers. a lot of people are screaming year does they lose their benefit, they get back k and edt the action is not ththere. the ugly, senator schumer quite frankly said deaead on arrival. itit will lead to a lot of ranc. we cannot hieve tax reform with this president and this house. it is not ssible. >> i will weigh in withy views on it. i thin
cross in prince george's county. increases in property tax bills are nothing new in northern virginia. some homeowners say they don't mind. >> this and this is booming in parts of northern virginia, and recent tax exemptions are part of that. >> but there are higher taxes for business and homeowners, and his jeff goldberg explains, it could mean higher prices when you go out to deep. >> the good times often associated with the claritin section of arlington is currently being tested. >> it is crazy. other businesses here, he's seeing a dramatic increase in property taxes because assessments are skyrocketing. >> the property values may be high, but all of a sudden the taxes price yourself out of the marketplace. >> the jump and assessments for ase businesses is as much 100%, 200%, meaning thousands in taxes, which get passed on to customers. >> customers will only pay so much for coffee, bottom line. they could price us out of business. >> clarendon is a hotspot right now. is the ceo callinan of arlington county. she says the high demand for retail space means higher rent and higher ass
, and expansion of the income tax credit for low income workers with no kids. >> it is a roadmap for creating jobs with good wages. >> the president has opted for the political stunt for a budget about firing up the base rather than solve the long-term challenges. >> the budget calls for raising about $650 billion in revenue by limiting tax deductions for the wealthiest americans. of a had 16 days government shutdown. in her porch sheds light on what that cost. one federal agency. ds light on what it cost the national parks. $14 million in lost visitor bending. >> it will soon be cherry blossom season. the national park service announced peak bloom will be between april 8 and 12. the festival kicks of earlier on march 20. this year marks the second anniversary of the gift of trees from japan, a symbol of friendship with the u.s.. >> we are happy to see those blossoms. it gives you hope. >> it will not be warm tonight. the little progress by the weekend. maybe in the 50's. >> progress to normalcy. >> we will start up with oakdale. everything is snow came up. -- the sun came up. the breeze dried it
home the prize. meanwhile, the dea is conducting yet another bust for wax. but with huge tax wind falls expected for states who legalize marijuana, some say the feds may be fighting a rear guard action. >> we're between a rock and a hard place. we want to enforce the federal laws as we see fit, but we have times when state laws ma i be difficult for us to enforce the federal laws. >> tilting perhaps towards a world not so far away where the tactical raids are replaced by a wax tax. for "nightline," in denver, colorado. >> our thanks to mariana. up next, meet the couple responsible for "let it go" that inescapable song from the movie "frozen." a song every child in america is singing nonstop. ♪ i'm free let it go ♪ ♪ let it go ♪ i'm one with the wind and sky ♪ to help with my depression. but sometimes, i still struggled to get going, even get through the day. so i was honest with my doctor. i told him i'd been feeling stuck for a long time. he said that for some people, an antidepressant alone only helps so much and suggested we add abilify (aripiprazole). he said that by takin
better. >> tax dollars are being wasted like that. it's not working. try something different. you don't keep throwing money into something that is not working. >> this is just one of the problems the website has had. this point it is impossible to say ultimately how much money this will cost, how much money will have been wasted because, as we have said, the state has not decided how to fix it yet. brad bell, abc 7 news. >> attorney general eric holder is back at home tonight after spending part of the day in hospital. he was taken to medstar washington hospital as a precaution after feeling faint, short of breath during a meeting with senior staff. he spent several hours in the hospital over going into valuation. another frigid night coming to the area with dangerous temperatures and the windchill. chief meteorologist doug hill has a look at the specifics. hi, doug. >> the combination of unseasonably cold air and gusty wind makes it uncomfortable. 33, clear skies outside of the belfort furniture weather center. live from arlington, beautiful evening. artie five degrees, but the wind
will continue to cover this. theresident obama -- budget. it includes several tax proposals meant to help low and middle income families. the white house says it will benefit parents, students and those saving for retirement but it is unlikely the congress will adopt much from the president budget proposal since it is a midterm election year. coming up, we reveal when you can expect peak boom for -- peak d.c.'s cherry blossoms. >> and a consumer alert you need to know before you hit an atm. let's let the good time role. we will look at the festivities at the big easy for fat tuesday. >> and taking a live look the united states is showing its support today for ukraine's new leadership. meanwhile, russia's president vladimir putin seems to have softened his stance on ukraine. alex is in ukraine with the very latest. >> [chanting] marched, they sang ukraine's national anthem. then shots, a warning from russian forces not to come any closer. >> don't go any further, when russians older -- one russian soldier said. these unarmed ukrainian troops were trying to march to their airfield seized by the
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moscow there would be costs if it intervenes militarily in ukraine. >>> four were shot at a tax preparer's business in detroit. a 19-year-old girl became upset that the preparer did not have her refund check. that's when a fight broke out and the man she was with opened fire. four employees were wounded. one of them critically the man and woman are in custody. >>> and 28 people from fire states were arrested in a $21 million insurance fraud scheme allegedly involving former new york city police and firefighters in addition to 106 arrested last month. they are accused of fraudulently collecting years worth of disability benefits for posttraumatic stress they claimed was caused by the september 11th attacks in new york city. >>> finally, take a look at this video of bao bao, the panda cub everyone seems to have fallen in love with. bao bao is seen target training, teaching her to follow a target. in this case a purple ball and touch it with her nose. this type of training will allow keepers to safely position her in order to take care of and examine her when they are in the enclosure with
. >>> tonight on "nightline"" really bites. the couple pleading guilty for fraud and tax evasion. the cost of fame may be steep. >> i can't just be upset and just go in a room and lock the door. >> is there a curse of reality tv? the giudices are a lock line of stars who experienced fame, fortune and then disaster. recipe for riches. millions are up for grabs. meet the home chefs who say there's real money to be made just by making dinner with the winning recipe. and sobbing in court. the blaze runner breaks down. oscar pistorius on trial for murdering his model girlfriend. what made the olympian hang his head today. >> good evening. she is best known for throwing tables around on "the real housewives of new jersey" but tonight, teresa jiudice and her husband are facing possible jail time pleading guilty for fraud. >> arriving at a federal court in newark, new jersey, holding hands, teresa and joe giudice today pleaded guilty to conspiracy to commit mail fraud, wire fraud and bankruptcy fraud. >> they both admitted to a federal judge that over the better part of a decade they wer
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